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Lunch and Learn focuses on missing and trafficked children

Lunch and Learn focuses on missing and trafficked children

The League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area Who: League of Women Voters of the Pensacola Bay Area What: Lunch and Learn Meeting When: Friday, June 6th from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Pensacola Public Library Main Branch – Meeting Room B 239 North Spring Street, [...]

Summer BreakSpot offers free food to children in Pensacola and across Florida

Summer BreakSpot offers free food to children in Pensacola and across Florida

Last summer, we wrote about the thousands of children in Escambia County who left without daily meals once their schools shut down for the summer ("Hunger Games"). With the help of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Florida Secretary of Adam Putnam has developed a summer program to help fill in [...]

Minor League Baseball Charities to Donate $10,000 to Local Flood Victims

Minor League Baseball Charities to Donate $10,000 to Local Flood Victims

Non-profit recipient will be chosen by Wahoos fans Minor League Baseball Charities today announced they will donate $10,000 to a local non-profit that is providing relief assistance to flood victims in Northwest Florida. Blue Wahoos fans will vote to determine what non-profit receives the [...]

Tickets Now On Sale for 6th Annual Life’s a Dance

Tickets Now On Sale for 6th Annual Life’s a Dance

Fred Astaire Dance Studio Pensacola presents a star-studded evening of dance at the 6th Annual Life’s a Dance benefiting Covenant Hospice at the Saenger Theatre Pensacola on Friday, June 20 at 7 p.m. Showcasing local celebrities and award-winning professionals including Tony Dovolani, Maks [...]

Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union presents Manna Food Pantries with check for $146,465

Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union presents Manna Food Pantries with check for $146,465

From Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union: We did it! The community did it! Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union raised $146,465 through the Gulf Winds Manna Relief Fund for Manna Food Pantries. After Manna Food Pantries sustained extensive flood damage, Gulf Winds committed $50,000 in a matching [...]

Leadership Pensacola to Unveil Renovated Playroom at Sacred Heart Hospital

Leadership Pensacola to Unveil Renovated Playroom at Sacred Heart Hospital

The Pensacola Chamber Foundation's Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Class of 2014 will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for, and blessing of, the renovated playroom at The Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart on Tuesday, May 20, at 3:30 p.m. After eight months of planning, fundraising and construction, the [...]

USO NWFL holds Memorial Day crawfish boil for troops

USO NWFL holds Memorial Day crawfish boil for troops

In celebration of Military Appreciation Month, the USO of Northwest Florida aboard NAS Pensacola is hosting a Crawfish Boil on Memorial Day, May 26, 2014 for our local service men and women. The organization is anticipating 300 people to attend this authentic, Louisiana-style event complete with [...]

Pensacola MESS Hall Unveils New Exhibits, May 16

Pensacola MESS Hall Unveils New Exhibits, May 16

The Pensacola MESS Hall (Math, Engineering, Science, & Stuff) is expanding opportunities for hands-on learning with seven new permanent exhibits. The new exhibits will be unveiled Friday, May 16, during a members-only sneak peak. On Saturday, May 17, all visitors will have an opportunity to [...]

ACE announces grant applications, including a mega-grant for $100,000, deadline May 23

ACE announces grant applications, including a mega-grant for $100,000, deadline May 23

One mega-grant up to $100,000 and additional grants up to $10,000 will be awarded to qualifying organizations by the Art, Culture and Entertainment, Inc. (ACE) marketing committee. The funds are designed to help new and existing organizations create exceptional programming and content for the [...]

Open Mic for Open Books, May 20

“When the Floods Came” Open Mic for Open Books Hosted by West Florida Literary Federation Tuesday, May 20 6:30 Refreshments 7:00 Readings Begin Second Floor, Pensacola Cultural Center “The Flood: Parts I and II.” Popular Gulf Breeze writer Kerry Whiteley shares her personal [...]

Manna Food Pantry recovery will be slow

Manna Food Pantry recovery will be slow

DeeDee Flounlacker, executive director for Manna, and her board president, Jay Bradshaw, were at Hopjacks to visit with Gov. Rick Scott this morning. Flounlacker said that it will be 7-12 weeks before they will be able to serve people at the pre-storm levels. "It takes a lot of work to sort and [...]

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for National Women Build Week, May 11

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for National Women Build Week, May 11

More than 13,000 volunteers are expected to partner with 300 Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country to help build affordable housing in their local communities in recognition of National Women Build Week, May 3-11. Now in its seventh year, National Women Build Week challenges women to [...]

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